Having already booked import rights of three billion m3 of LNG on a long-term foundation by way of the Hanseatic Power Hub in Stade in December 2022, EnBW has now secured an extra 3 billion m3, thus doubling its future import capability on the Elbe. All bookings embrace the choice to maneuver to ammonia as a hydrogen-based power supply at a later date.
“LNG is necessary to safe the fuel provide in Germany in the course of the interval of the power transition and builds the bridge to inexperienced power provide. The conversion of LNG to hydrogen-based power sources, resembling ammonia, is already deliberate on the LNG terminal in Stade. So, the co-operation with the Hanseatic Power Hub suits in very nicely with our efforts to turn into climate-neutral by 2035,” defined Georg Stamatelopoulos, Board Member for Sustainable Technology Infrastructure at EnBW.
“Most of our capability is now booked on a long-term foundation. With this, necessary industrial groundwork has been laid for the challenge implementation. We’re notably excited that EnBW is counting on Stade as a strategic module on its path to local weather neutrality in the long run,” added Johann Killinger, Managing Director and Co-Shareholder of the Hanseatic Power Hub.
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